Greenwich Tennis League

Welcome to the league!

Friendly, competitive tennis on Greenwich's public courts

You are just a step away from joining our mixed-sex, singles league for adults (aged 18+).

If you have been meaning to get back into tennis, want to set yourself a challenge or would like to meet new people to play, why not give it a go!

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New rounds for the Greenwich league start regularly. See next round dates and entry fees above. Entries close the Monday before a round starts. You are never committed to joining more than one round and round usually last eight weeks (ten weeks where we also run doubles rounds).

Great Offers

We offer unbelievable prices on tennis balls. And league members get extra savings!


This is how it works

  • Players are organised into groups of up to 8 people of a similar standard
  • Players arrange their own matches
  • It is a mixed sex, singles league, so men and women play each other
  • You can play on any court that suits both players

The league is

  • For everybody!
  • We welcome beginners as well as advanced players.
  • Players are grouped by ability, so you play only people of a roughly similar level
  • Affiliated to the LTA
  • For adults aged 18 years and above 

Key points

  • Matches are best of three tie break sets; if a set reaches 6 games all, it is decided by a tiebreak
  • The evening before the round starts you will receive an email with all the contact details of the players in your group
  • Players are grouped according to past performance in the league and, for new players, their Player Standard Questionnaire
  • Everyone in the group plays each other once during the round
  • You get one point for each set you win
  • If you complete three matches before the midpoint of a round you receive 2 bonus points and a bonus prize (either a pair of Local Tennis Leagues dampeners, or a tube of tennis balls).
  • The winner of each group is the player with the most points at the end of the round
  • The winners get a certificate and tennis prizes
  • Where possible, winners of the groups (and sometimes the top two) are promoted for the next round; those who come bottom (and sometimes the bottom two) are demoted

New to the league?

Click on the round you want to join (see the links above) and we will guide you though the process! You will be asked to pay the round fee and complete the player questionnaire which will help us get you great matches.

If you would like to register before you commit to a round, complete the form here...


Returning players

Choose the round you wish to join from your account page, or choose from the links at the top of the page. And let the tennis begin!

Getting started

For everything you need to know before you get started see the FAQs and review the Rules and Regulations, which all players agree to adhere to when playing in the leagues.

If there is anything else you need help with contact us and we will be happy to help!

Primary Venues

Hornfair Park

Charlton Park Lane, Charlton, London, SE18 4QH
Tel: 020 8856 7389

A fantastic facility in a designated sports hub, with four floodlit adult and four mini tennis courts. Book online or at reception at Charlton Lido.

# of Outdoor Courts: 4

£3 per hour

Greenwich Park Tennis Centre

Royal Park, Greenwich, London, SE10 8QY
Tel: 020 8293 0276

A pay and play facility where everyone is welcome and the nets are always up. The centre is operated by Playzennis, a niche business exclusively dedicated to tennis. Since 2004, GPTC has been part of the Will to Win initiative. You can book two days ahead, or a week in advance if you are a card holder.

Opening Times:

Open during park hours in summer (April to September) and weekends only in winter (October to March).

# of Outdoor Courts: 6

Mon - Fri until 5pm: £6 per hour (£3 for card holders); Weekends and 5pm onwards: £8 (£5 for card holders).

Cards cost £50 per person, £80 per couple or £90 per family.

Website: Playzennis

Blackheath Tennis Courts

Chesterfield Walk, London, SE10 8HJ
Tel: 020 8858 1692

Located in an amazing setting - a walled garden of an old historic house. They are operated by Greenwich Council and booking is through the Rangers Department. Courts maybe booked up to seven days ahead via phone.

Opening Times:

Mon - Sun: 9am-7pm (8pm during the lighter months)

# of Outdoor Courts: 3

£7 (peek), £4.50 (off peak).

Plumstead Common

Plumstead Common Road, Plumstead, London, SE18 7QR
Tel: 020 8921 6885

You can simply turn up and play on these four, well-maintained hard courts - there is no booking system, and the courts are free. Please note that at certain times the courts are block-booked by schools.

# of Outdoor Courts: 4

Free to use.

Bostall Gardens

Viola Avenue, Abbey Wood, London, SE2 0TQ

Courts available on a turn up and play basis. Please note that the courts are locked at certain times during the day.

# of Outdoor Courts: 2

Manor House Gardens

Old Road, Lewisham, London, SE13 5SU

A park with a walled flower garden, lake, fountain, ice-house, cafeteria, multi-sports ball court and two tennis courts, as well as a children's playground.

# of Outdoor Courts: 2

Coldharbour Leisure Centre

Chapel Farm Road, Eltham, London, SE9 3LX
Tel: 020 8851 8692

6 outdoor hard courts (floodlit)

# of Outdoor Courts: 6

£5 per court including lights. Bookable online or by phone

Missing Something?

If you notice any of our venue information is out of date, missing court costs or opening hours please let us know.


"I have enjoyed playing tennis this summer. I have met some interesting people and I was able to improve on my game whilst doing so. The league is really well organised and it's always a pleasure to take part in a new round. I hope I can do as well going forward,"

Thierry Cambray

"I very much enjoyed winning some matches, for a change. Everyone was very nice and I enjoyed playing at a couple of new venues"

Roger Price

"I've only joined the Greenwich tennis league last summer and I'm pleased to say that I do really enjoy this. It's nice to have a games against different players and at the end of the day it's not only about tennis it's also nice to meet and make new friends. Thank you LTL! I am really looking forward to the next round in group 1!" 

Dmitrijs Kuzmins

"I very much enjoyed this round and thanks for organising it. The general standard was the best ever," 

Rory Allan

"Very much enjoyed the organisation and feedback from yourselves, especially the little league write up at the end," Daniel Whitelaw

Daniel Whitelaw

"It was a very good. I enjoyed every single game and every opponent. The organisation of the league is very good and I will definitely play again in the future,"

Boriana Bounardjieva

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Report your results

Collapse AllGreenwich Singles - Round 23 | Thursday 8 December 2016 to Wednesday 15 February 2017 (Midpoint: Wednesday 11 January 2017)

Current Rankings:

  1. Robert Dixon [W2, L1] 7 includes 2 bonus points
  2. Flaviu Turc [W2] 4
  3. Paul Thompson [W1] 2
  4. Lateef Abdulsalam 8.2 [L3] 2 includes 2 bonus points
  5. Thierry Cambray 8.2 [L1] 1
  6. Dominic Bradley 7.2
  7. Timur Shakirov 10.2

Match Results:

Flaviu Turc bt Lateef Abdulsalam (Jan 8) 6-1, 7-6 (8-6)
Paul Thompson bt Lateef Abdulsalam (Jan 8) 6-3, 6-3
Robert Dixon bt Lateef Abdulsalam (Jan 2) 6-1, 6-0
Robert Dixon bt Thierry Cambray (Dec 17) 6-1, 3-6, 6-4
Flaviu Turc bt Robert Dixon (Dec 11) 4-6, 6-2, 6-2

Current Rankings:

  1. Andrew Wright [W2, L1] 6 includes 2 bonus points
  2. Alastair Kidner [W2, L1] 6 includes 2 bonus points
  3. Louis Vaughan Williams 7.2 [W2] 4
  4. Neal Tuson [L1] 1
  5. Ben Sheppee [L2]
  6. Don Greenwood [L1]
  7. Josh Matthews 10.1
  8. Richard Halley 9.2

Match Results:

Reveal CommentAlastair Kidner bt Don Greenwood (Jan 7) 6-2, 6-1

Player Comments:

  • "A good game on a slippy court in cold but calm conditions. Don hadn't played in a long time so was understandably rusty to begin with, but staged an impressive mid-set tie break to put Al under real pressure to close out the set. The second set saw perhaps a higher quality overall but saw the same pattern imerge, with Al's serve probably the difference overall. An odd aside; the number of animals that decided to visit the court! With all the pigeons, squirrels and crows that invaded the court at various points it was like an episode of farthing wood!"  -- Alastair
Reveal CommentAndrew Wright bt Alastair Kidner (Dec 24) 6-4, 7-6 (7-5)

Player Comments:

  • "A really high quality match in cold but otherwise good conditions. Andy made the quicker start and moved into a 4-1 lead without much trouble. Al began to fight back a bit more but Andy held serve well to win the first. The second was a slightly strange but satisfying match up, with both players struggling on their own serve but numerous games going to deuce alongside points with the shot count hitting the thirties. Despite going as far as the tie break, Andy was always just ahead throughout and deserved the victory. Well played!"-- Alastair
Louis Vaughan Williams bt Ben Sheppee (Dec 23) 6-1, 6-1
Reveal CommentAlastair Kidner bt Ben Sheppee (Dec 23) 6-1, 7-5

Player Comments:

  • "A good match in really tough, windy conditions. Al adjusted quickest in the first set and managed to see it out, but Ben staged a magnificent comeback from 4-1 down in the 2nd set to be within a couple of points of the set, with his lobs being particularly potent as the conditions eased up. In the end Al's serve just about got him over the line but the 2nd could have gone either way. Thanks for the great game Ben!" -- Alastair
Andrew Wright bt Neal Tuson (Dec 18) 6-4, 3-6, 6-1
Louis Vaughan Williams bt Andrew Wright (Dec 18) 6-1, 6-0

Current Rankings:

  1. Herve Savoure [W2, L1] 7 includes 2 bonus points
  2. Michael Robson 10.1 [W1, L2] 5 includes 2 bonus points
  3. Angus Bearn [W1, L2] 4 includes 2 bonus points
  4. Andrea De Baggis [W1] 2
  5. Roger Price 9.2 [W1] 2
  6. Ruby Brown [L1]
  7. Osman Khan 10.2

Match Results:

Reveal CommentRoger Price bt Angus Bearn (Dec 21) 7-6 (7-2), 7-6 (7-4)

Player Comments:

  • "A fine tussle with momentum shifting first towards Roger and then back with Angus in the second set. Ultimately, Roger was simply too strong and too fit, with excellent concentration to recover the second tie break from a 0-3 beginning. For a number of spectacular recoveries of apparently un-reachable balls, Roger earned the victory with true grit and style. "  -- Angus
Reveal CommentMichael Robson bt Angus Bearn (Dec 20) 6-3, 6-4

Player Comments:

  • "Great game with some amazing rallies on a crisp, cloudless (and windless) winter morning. Couldn't really ask for more. Thanks very much Angus - hope to see you soon!"  -- Michael
Andrea De Baggis bt Michael Robson (Dec 18) 6-0, 6-0
Herve Savoure bt Ruby Brown (Dec 17) 6-0, 6-4
Reveal CommentAngus Bearn bt Herve Savoure (Dec 15) 4-6, 7-6 (7-2), 6-2

Player Comments:

  • "A great match with Herve streaking ahead to take the first set and establishing a forceful 5-2 lead in the second with many devastating cross-court forehands at un-reachable angles. Angus escaped two (or three?) match points to steal a psychological advantage. Coupled with some lucky net calls, this was enough to grind out a stubborn victory against a player on superior form and with superior fire-power. "  -- Angus
Herve Savoure bt Michael Robson (Dec 14) 6-4, 3-6, 6-3

Current Rankings:

  1. Kevin O'Keeffe 9.2 [W2] 4
  2. Jamie Price 9.2 [W2, L1] 4
  3. Jason Greenwood 9.1 [L1] 1
  4. Alex Toderita 10.2 [L2]
  5. Graham Cutting 9.1
  6. Qiang Guo 10.2

Match Results:

Jamie Price bt Jason Greenwood (Jan 21) 6-3, 4-6, 6-2
Jamie Price bt Alex Toderita (Jan 8) 6-0, 6-1
Kevin O'Keeffe bt Jamie Price (Jan 2) 6-3, 6-1
Kevin O'Keeffe bt Alex Toderita (Dec 11) 6-1, 6-2

Current Rankings:

  1. Antonio Jimenez 10.1 [W1] 2
  2. Ed Gyde 9.2 [W1] 2
  3. John Archdeacon 10.2 [W1, L2] 2
  4. Carl Parsons 10.2 [L1]
  5. Oliver Brown
  6. Tsvetan Drakaliev 10.2

Match Results:

Reveal CommentEd Gyde bt John Archdeacon (Jan 20) 6-4, 6-1

Player Comments:

  • "A frosty, slipping and sliding sort of match in biting temperatures. A hard fought first set where the glare of the sun and frosty surface put us both off a little. Second set: my serve and groundstrokes were a bit better and I managed to get the win. Thanks for the match John "  -- Ed
Antonio Jimenez bt John Archdeacon (Jan 11) 6-1, 6-1
John Archdeacon bt Carl Parsons (Jan 10) 6-1, 7-5


Looking for previous matches? Visit the Greenwich archive.
The results listed here include the current and previous round of Singles and Doubles matches for Greenwich. 

Scoring Information

You earn one point for every set you win. Players who complete three or more matches by the mid-point of the round receive 2 bonus points, and a free can of balls which we will post to you.


Player, [LTA rating], [win/loss/tie tally], points won


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